The decision came down to insufficient evidence to determine whether the worker met the definition of employee
HRD catches up with 2017 Rising Star Chris Purdy, HR manager – shared services, Mantra Group
The introduction of gender quotas is approached by many with trepidation. Often naysayers raise concerns that installing quotas could result in candidates being hired based on their gender, rather than merit. But that view may be seriously flawed.
How should employers be utilising the unique skills and flexibility that independent contractors can bring to the workplace? Matthew Franceschini outlines how to tie them into a wider workforce strategy.
As we head into winter 2013, workplace consultancy experts have reminded HR to consider how that pesky cold chill in the air can wreak havoc on employee motivation.
A Fair Work Ombudsman litigation has led to the back-payment of wages to the estate of an underpaid Brisbane worker, as well as fines in excess of $50k.
The majority of business and HR leaders are seeking innovative ways to develop new leaders as traditional leadership models fail to keep pace.
The budget announcement that the Fair Work Commission (FWC) will receive an extra $5m every year may indicate an expectation that claims will rise.
The company said the error is completely unacceptable and a clear breach of their advertising standards
Justice Rita Zammit dismissed the case, finding that if the farting occurred it "would not necessarily amount to bullying"
IKEA know that people's interests grow and develop, and so they encourage people to move around within the company